Aside from legality, maintaining high standards of wine storage and abiding by the rules, if you have invested vast amounts of money into your product it is prudent to make sure that you keep it in mint condition until such a time arrives that you want to sell it or even consume it.
Playing by the wine storage rules often means that your wines can be in better condition than when you bought them and the prices you can therefore command increase accordingly.
We suggest that you use high calibre facilities such as those available here at Octavian, there are some key factors which could give you an idea of why premium wine storage is best for your wines.
- Cool Temperatures
- Lack of Direct Lights
- No Movement
- Lack of Humidity
- Lack of Smell
All of these things are guaranteed at wine storage facilities such as ours, not to mention that our vaults are nestled beautifully in layers of west country stone. Fine Bordeaux wines and other, similar wines need to be left to rest without being disturbed in any way. The above storage criteria have been developed across the world over centuries; resulting in the spectacular wines you enjoy today.
As will see, there are many reasons for you to take wine storage rules and regulations seriously, from ensuring you are abiding by the law to making sure you allow your fine wines fulfil their potential.
If this article has aroused your curiosity and you would like to learn more about this fascinating area of the fine wine sector, or you would like to see our facilities then just enquire through the Octavian website or give us a call on 01225 818 714.